Ex-Google Guy Builds English Teaching App

Yi Wang was hearing the same refrain over and over: Why are English classes in China so expensive? And why aren’t I proficient yet? The former Google product manager decided to do something about it and started an app called LiuLiShuo, which basically means “speaking fluently” in Mandarin. The app, which claims more than 30 million users, is one of scores of English-learning startups looking to disrupt China’s hidebound language schools. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

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59:01 - Carolina Milanesi, Creative Strategies principal analyst, discusses the takeaways from Apple Inc.'s product event with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
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